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His oddness makes him more honest, which pays off throughout, but particularly on the pulsating GMF or the twisted Ernest Borgnine.
But it's not the oddness of the spatial arrangement that hints at a psychological state.
Capable younger readers and above may enjoy its intentional oddness.
Surely nothing will ever hit the heights of contrary oddness that Kevin Rowland managed with his cross–dressing 1999 solo work My Beauty.
And she listens to it, and she loves me for my oddness, my awkwardness, all of those things that I hate about myself," he said.
At the same time, however, Dunphy insists his show must and will ride the edge of oddness.
McMeekin also points out the oddness of German support for jihad juxtaposed with the German-based Zionist movement, which actually anticipated Britain's Balfour Declaration to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine.
When you talk to his co-workers, they're so adamant in their avowals of affection for him and their insistence that you not misconstrue his oddness that you get the impression it's not just because they want to keep their jobs.
The potential for oddness therefore only increases as Turkey expands cooperation with entities hyped as an existential menace to the Jewish state.
As for me, well I've finally found someone amazing who seems to accept my weirdness in all its weird oddness.
The curved rear window, a front wheelbase that was wider than the rear and the glorious oddness of it all made me lament when Citroen brought out the utterly conventional, although completely competent, Saxo.
He has the quirkiness and oddness that a Doctor should possess.